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A unified scheduling engine and API in Project Online and Project Server 2016

With Project Server 2013 and Project Online, we replaced our server-side scheduling engine with the Project Calculation Service (PCS), bringing the power of the Project Professional scheduling engine to the browser. To continue unifying our scheduling and extensibility platforms, the legacy server-side scheduling engine will be fully removed from Project Server 2016 and Project Online, along with the Project class methods of the PSI. CSOM is the future of PWA…

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Resource Engagements FI

Resource Engagements—coming soon to Project 2016

In listening to your feedback, we’ve learned that resource managers and project managers find it challenging to agree on and assign resources for specific projects and tasks. With no clear way to track who is working where, who is over-allocated—and with crossed lines of communication, things can start to break down. —Read on to see how we addressed these challenges in the next update of Project.

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Alpharetta, GA

Highlights of Microsoft Project Roadshow with Campana & Schott

Register now for the Project roadshow with Campana & Schott We are very pleased to announce that registration is open for the Microsoft Project Roadshow with Project Gold Certified PPM Partner Campana & Schott. Join us for these free half-day events to gain insight on current trends and the latest developments on Project Online and earn 3 PDUs. Select a city to register: April 22nd: Atlanta, GA April 23rd: Charlotte,…

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Try Power BI for Office 365 for a better reporting experience

With the new availability of Power BI for Office 365, Project users now have the ability to schedule workbook refreshes. For example, set it to update the data early in the day, so that your team can see fresh data instantly. Among the other project management features introduced by Power BI, you will also find the ability to add your workbook to the self-service Q&A to allow querying your data…